International Dressage competitor and Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist Tom Noone is available for lessons and training on your horse. Tom has trained many horses to the FEI levels through Grand Prix. He is a kind teacher always respectful of horse and rider. Call him for details at 781-983-3528.
Wendy Rigby, a USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist is the resident instructor and trainer. She teaches beginner through advanced lessons in Dressage, Western Dressage and Hunt Seat.
Lessons cancelled without 24-hour notice must be paid in full, unless it can be rescheduled within 5 days.
We realize that some students are more independent. We appreciate that and would like to recognize that it is a big help to us. We have two rates based on the level of the student. This is determined by the instructor.
- Independent student – Able to retrieve the horse/pony from turn out or stall as needed, able to groom, tack and be on time for their scheduled lesson. This will be checked by the instructor. After the lesson, the horse/pony must be untacked, groomed and turned out or put in their stall, as needed. Must clean and put away tack and equipment and clean up their work area.
- Assisted student – Requires assistance to prepare the horse/pony before and after the lesson. We are happy to work with you as part of a lesson to become an independent student, if desired.
Independent student 1/2 hr – $40, 3/4 hr – $50, 1 hr – $60
Assisted student 1/2 hr – $45, 3/4 hr – $55, 1 hr – $65
SEMI-PRIVATE – Per student – must come together and be able to ride off the lunge line (maximum 3 students).
Independent student 1/2 hr – $25, 3/4 hr – $35, 1 hr – $45
Assisted student 1/2 hr – $30, 3/4 hr – $40, 1 hr – $50
PRACTICE RIDES – Scheduled in advance. Rider must be approved by instructor as an independent student that able to ride safely, handle the horse on their own.
Per session 1/2 hr – $20, 3/4 hr – $30, 1 hr – $40